Inside UFC legend Conor McGregor’s £2.5m car collection with two Lamborghinis and four Rolls Royces and luxury £3m yacht – The Sun | The Sun

TO swim in Conor McGregor's riches for a day…

The UFC star was recently spotted ringside cheering on Anthony Joshua in his win over Robert Helenius.

While, he also had time to hang out with some glam women and Love Island star Luca Bish for a night of partying in London.

The former UFC featherweight and lightweight champion is still due to fight Michael Chandler when he finally returns to the octagon.

But before then, he's sure to enjoy his incredible lifestyle.

McGregor, 35, has amassed a monster fleet of cars over the years.

Not only does he ride in Rolls-Royces, Lamborghinis and Mercedes worth around £1.7m – Notorious also has a £3m yacht inspired by Muhammad Ali and ANOTHER boat called the 188.



Before fighting Eddie Alvarez at UFC 205, Rolls-Royce reportedly got in touch with McGregor to offer him this stunning Ghost model.

Complete with his image and nickname emblazoned across its full black exterior, this is one seriously luxury motor.

He's had it since 2016, and makes McGregor really stand out from the crowd.


After McGregor dropped Jose Aldo inside 13 seconds to win the featherweight title at UFC 194, he wanted to treat himself.

What better way than with a new Roller?

The sporty Phantom Coupe is fit for a king, which is why it has such a hefty price tag

It was also the first Rolls-Royce produced under BMW ownership.

McGregor is also believed to have a Rolls-Royce Wraith worth around £253k, as well as a Rolls-Royce Dawn (£285k) and Rolls Royce Phantom VIII (£340k).


The Escalade is the ultimate status symbol in the States.

From the biggest names in hip-hop to Hollywood celebrities including Ben Stiller and Jennifer Aniston, it's known as the SUV to the stars.

He is believed to have acquired the motor in 2016, however in Ireland in 2018 it was reportedly seized because he didn't have his documentation for the vehicle in order.


A favourite among the Premier League's elite, and one McGregor enjoys most taking out for a spin.

He's been seen driving girlfriend Dee Devlin around town in his convertible £276k Aventador, as well as sat on the bonnet in various Instagram posts.

McGregor owns a second Aventador, which isn't a convertible. and has had a £185k Huracan Avio in the past.

BMW i8, £114,200

Although his other vehicles may say otherwise, McGregor is environmentally conscious.

Why else would he splash around £115k on a hybrid sports car that even gets supercar enthusiasts buzzing?

Boasting a 1.5-liter three-cylinder gasoline engine, the i8 generates around 369bhp, which allows the car to go from 0 to 60 miles per hour in about 4.2 seconds.

MCLAREN 650S, £200,005

We first clapped eyes on McGregor's gorgeous orange McLaren 650S when he was stopped and questioned by police in Dublin in 2017.

He's been seen regularly around the Irish capital taking the fast motor for a spin, often spotted by fans who he happily waves to.

Incredibly the 650s can do 0-62mph in just 3 seconds, and has a top speed of 207mph.

MERCEDES-AMG  S550 COUPE, £110,570

In 2018, McGregor happily parted with £110k for this stylish big body sedan.

A luxury motor in every sense of the word, the S550 Coupe offers a biturbo V8 engine and is available all-wheel drive.

Conor's version is styled personally, with a black exterior and interior.

It's a car that screams wealth.


Another sports star staple, Conor reportedly owns two different Range Rovers.

Both, as you can imagine, are souped-up with the best specifications money can buy.

Last year, he rewarded an eager fan who chased one of Range Rovers through Dublin with a selfie.

Again, one of the Range Rovers is in his favourite colour… black.


While us meagre mortals might've spend in the hundreds of pounds for our respective partners on Christmas presents, Conor just isn't like us.

No, just to outdo us all, he presented missus Dee with a Lamborghini Urus all wrapped with a red bow worth £154k in 2019.

The Urus is one of the most wanted cars on the planet, and has a huge waiting list. But we bet McGregor jumped straight to the top of it.

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McGregor gave missus Dee Devlin a £154k Lamborghini for Christmas in 2019Credit: Instagram @thenotoriousmma
McGregor loves spending his fortune on boys' toysCredit: Instagram @thenotoriousmma


In 2019, McGregor showed off a real flashy purchase – a £3m yacht – on social media.

Inspired by Muhammad Ali, it featured a famous quote taken from a 1984 press conference: "He who is not courageous enough to take risk will accomplish nothing in life."

However, quite embarrassingly, Ali's first name was spelled wrong in the brochure for the boat.

But that doesn't matter because the Prestige 750 was designed and built especially for McGregor.

The 75ft vessel has four luxury cabins on board and cruises at 24 knots.

And he added to his armada with a stunning £2.7m yacht made by Lamborghini.

The Tecnomar 63 boasts top speeds of 69mph and has been dubbed the  'Supercar of the Sea'.

Before that, McGregor owned another boat which he called 'The 188'.

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He happily splashed the speed boat across Instagram, enjoying getting behind the wheel and gurning towards the camera.

The cheeky name for the vessel came from the 188 euros he was receiving each week from social welfare payments in Ireland before he became a big superstar.

How life has changed for McGregor now?


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